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    Default Re: Dispersed Camping Map

    Actually, I find Juno to be far more secure. I have little to no spam coming in, and it doesn't get hacked. I get a fair amount of hacked spam messages from friends' Gmail accounts, but they've never received them from me.

    Of coure, that could be due to my not being on that forsaken H-hole of the world...
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    Default Re: Dispersed Camping Map

    I don't receive much (any) spam in my gmail...not that I notice anyway. I never check the spam folder to see if anything is in there. Plus, since I have an android phone it plays well with everything. I personally love Google.

    However, I will say that I am pretty guarded of my email address. I have one that I use for what I call, non serious stuff.
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    Default Re: Dispersed Camping Map

    I use freecampsites.net you can find tones of places to camp.

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    Default Re: Dispersed Camping Map

    Deleting duplicate post
    Last edited by MacGyver; 05-15-2017 at 11:33 PM.
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    Default Re: Dispersed Camping Map

    Quote Originally Posted by Happy Joe View Post
    ... doesn't everyone need a free spam/registration e-(g)mail address?
    Don't know if it's the same with the free version, but with the paid version of Yahoo mail, you can create disposable email addresses. You set up a prefix of your choosing, such as "name1234-" then follow it with anything you want... name1234-camping, name1234-frizzlehead... all @yahoo.com. Everything is delivered to your regular inbox. When I order at a place I know is a one time purchase, I create a new address and delete it when the transaction is complete. If I think I'm being spammed by a site I've given my email to, I just delete the disposable associated with that site.
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